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Avram Baruch Family of Monastir
 
Related Sefaradí families include: Calderon.
 

This section compiled October 2004ce from material culled from other family trees in this website.

  • *Isaac (Yitzchak)Of blessed memory. B. ?? in Monastir, d. ???. Baruch -m. *[??]
    • *AvrahamOf blessed memory. B. ?? in Monastir, d. ???. Baruch -m. "Bohora"Of blessed memory. B. ?? in Monastir, d. ???. Albucar
      Bohora Albucar's younger sister Mazal Tov married Dan Aroesty. [[ Go ]See the Albucar-Aroesty family.]
      Avraham Baruch emigrated to the USA, and first settled among countrymen in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. There he founded a store-front business—A Baruch & Sons, at 93 Allen Street—of manufacture and sale of ladies dresses, skirts and sportswear. In those days this was a very common business among the Monastirlis, and provided work for family members and countrymen. In the 1940s and 1950s, Allen Street was a hub of similar activity.
      For business and other secular purposes in the USA, the family was known by an Americanized pronunciation that sounded like "Barish".
      • Isaac "Izzy" Baruch -m. [??]
      • Benjamin "Benny" Baruch -m. [??]
      • Sarah Baruch -m. Joseph Calderon
        [[ Go ]Joseph was a son of Michael Calderon.]
        • Irene Calderon
        • Betty Calderon
        • Mickey Calderon
      • Rachel "Rae" Baruch -m. [??]
      • Lena Baruch -m. [??]
        • [boy]Twin [??]
        • [boy]Twin [??]
        • [boy] [??]
 

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